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Glover Quin has been over looked and under valued after the focus put on Dashon Goldson this off-season. The Lions needed help in the secondary and Glover Quin is the perfect addition as well as an upgrade. Drafted by the Houston Texans in the 4th round of the 2009 NFL Draft, he initially played cornerback for the Texans as he did in college at the University of New Mexico. Per NFL.com, he started 12 of 15 games for the Texans in his first year, when the Texans decided to move him to free safety... Read more
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The Detroit Lions entered the offseason with 23 unrestricted free agents. Who's staying and who's going?
Here's an update entering Thursday, Day 3 of free agency in the NFL:
Jason Hanson, kicker: Contract details haven't been worked out yet, but Hanson confirmed that he will put off retirement and return for his 22nd season.
Corey Hilliard, offensive tackle...
Safety Amari Spievey has agreed to a one-year deal to stay with the Detroit Lions.
Agent Andy Simms said Tuesday that Spievey is set to remain with the only NFL team he's played for. The 5-foot-11, 195-pound safety started two games last season, but he was placed on injured reserve in mid-November because of a concussion.
The 24-year-old Spievey has played three seasons with...
Chris Houston will be back with the Detroit Lions for the 2013 season and beyond after agreeing to a five-year deal on Wednesday, per multiple reports. His agent confirmed the news via Twitter:
Chris Houston has agreed to terms with the Detroit Lions
— Schwartz& Feinsod (@schwartzfeinsod) March 13, 2013
Houston was the Lions’ No. 1 cornerback last year, and they were on...
The Detroit Lions apparently are going to have to wait at least another day to add that playmaking running back that theyve been coveting.
The NFL free-agent season opened Tuesday at 4 p.m. with much anticipation and speculation that the Lions could quickly sign Reggie Bush, who played the last two seasons in Miami.
No such deal was immediately announced.
Instead, Bush is expected...
The Detroit Lions, despite playing with a woefully pathetic defense, have added yet another weapon for Matthew Stafford. Later today, they will officially announce the signing of Reggie Bush to a four-year contract per ESPN’s Adam Schefter. Say what you will about Bush’s career to this point, but his addition fills a huge void in the Lions already potent offense. The Lions placed...
Reggie Bush has agreed to a 4 year contract with the Detroit Lions. ush spent five seasons with the Saints before he was traded to the Miami Dolphins following the 2011 lockout. Bush signed a two-year, $9.75 million contract with the Dolphins and, as an every-down back over the last 31 games, rushed for 2,072 yards with 12 touchdowns, going over 1,000 yards for the first time in...
Running back Reggie Bush has agreed to a four-year deal with the Detroit Lions. Financial details were not disclosed.
Detroit is an excellent landing spot for Bush, as his receiving skills will be fully utilized in their pass-happy attack, while Mikel Leshoure provides the power element while sharing the workload out of the backfield. Expect Bush to rank among the league...
ALLEN PARK, Mich. -- One of the worst-kept secrets of the free-agent season became a reality Wednesday afternoon.
Running back Reggie Bush agreed on a four-year contract with the Detroit Lions.
The Lions called a news conference for 1:45 p.m. at the teams practice facility to make the official announcement.
Bush will give the Lions the big-play potential from the running-back...
Reggie Bush had a career season in 2012 for the Miami Dolphins, and the former Heisman Trophy winner*, has signed a four-year contract with the Detroit Lions on Wednesday.
For the Lions they may have finally got themselves a running back to replace the unfortunate Jahvid Best - who has succumb to concussions - and an every down back who will take the work off of Mikel Leshoure and...
It's hard to go five minutes tonight without a new player being linked to the Patriots. Within the past hour, Boston Herald writer Jeff Howe tweeted that the Patriots are "in" on free-agent cornerback Chris Houston, who spent last year in Detroit. Cornerback was a consistent problem last year (one that was to an extent remedied by Aqib Talib) and has been a clear priority...